Central Libraries

 
Each public library system in New York State has a designated Central Library with the purpose of providing services and resources of greater depth than the typical public library. These services are provided with special funds and are available to all member libraries.
NCLS is served by two co-central libraries: Flower Memorial Library of Watertown and Ogdensburg Public Library.
 
Central Library Collection Development
 
Central Book Aid (CBA) funds are used to purchase adult, nonfiction materials for use by all member libraries. Library directors and staff are encouraged to recommend materials for purchase with CBA funds. Requests may be for particular items or for materials in a particular subject area. Use the following forms to place your requests:
 
 
Library reference books can be loaned to member libraries for one week in-library use.
 
Central Library Advisory Committee Members:
 
Sandra Lamb, Director, Sally Ploof Hunter Memorial Library
(Jefferson County)
Dawn Myers, Director, Lowville Free Library
(Lewis County)
Carol Ferlito, Director, Oswego School District Public Library
(Oswego County)
Linda Adams, Director Reading Room Assoc. of Gouverneur
(St. Lawrence County)
Penny Kerfien, Director, Ogdensburg Public Library
Yvonne Reff, Director, Flower Memorial Library
Steve Bolton, Director, North Country Library System
 
 
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